Miller School of Albemarle
The Miller School of Albemarle is a private school near Batesville. The school was created in 1878 and was a bequest of Samuel Miller who funded and founded the school. He envisioned a school for children who could not afford an education. It was a coeducational school from 1884-1928 then became an all boys school until 1992 when it was coeducational again.
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1966 - Charles L. Leonard, Dean
Becoming compliant with Albemarle zoning code
The school is in the process of becoming compliant with the Albemarle County zoning code. Zoning did not exist when the school was built. A proposal to expand the school requires a special use permit. The Albemarle Planning Commission voted 5-1 on December 3, 2019 to recommend approval. 
- Print: Miller School of Albemarle Begins 89th Year, Unspecified, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises 14 Sept 1966, Page A-14.
- Web. Albemarle planning commission recommends Miller School expansion, Allison Wrabel, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, December 4, 2019, retrieved December 7, 2019. Print. December 4, 2019 page A1.